Italy reached 2.3 GW/3.9 GWh distributed storage capacity at the end of March



Italy commissioned 741 MW/1,098 MWh of new distributed storage capacity in the first quarter of 2013.

The combined capacity of the storage systems is 2,329 MW and the maximum storage capacity is 3,946 MWh. This corresponds to 1588 MW/2848 MWh of distributed storage capacity at the end of December and only 189.5 MW/295.6 MWh at the end of 2020.

New capacity in the first quarter of this year was 741 MW/1,098 MWh, divided into 80,199 new storage systems. New capacity for 2022 was 1,121 MW/2,032 MWh, which was the strongest ever year of storage deployment in the country.

According to the new figures, about 99% of the batteries are connected to the solar power system. Most of the storage systems have been commissioned in the Lombardy region, with a combined capacity of 448 MW/753 MWh.

The regional administration implements a multi-year discount system for residential and commercial storage systems combined with solar energy.

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